The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1946 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 2, 1946
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TI1UKSDAV, MAY 2, JO-16 CHoral Group to Give Concert^ Friday Night- • Toe city's music lovers wilt an, opportunity to-hew Blytheviile Choral Society present its Spring Colricerl'' tomorrow 'night, 8:30 o'clock, .at. City Auditonuni Under direction of Mrs. Dal ton C/ Fowlston, the concert will in- clyde. wc^-loved .melodies, folk sosgs and light opera numbers. The program will begin with the "Hunting Song" by Sir Julius BlnJS^ct,', story in, sonj of » fox hunt:-- A<*i«h light-in the first half ol tlie ^program is the popular "Volga Boajpah's Song." a Russian folk song^by N. Clifford Page. Another fantfiinr-melody tei "Turkey in the unique* aFrangcmeni with soprano, alto, tenor and bass parts. % sons; with sunshine and laugh- tc( ; in the gay melody Is "Kitty of Coieralne,^ .an Irish folk song by C.--H. Lloyd. - - • . VKolling Down to Rio," by Ed- warrt German, with the words by IhidyRrd Kipling, will be followed byl ''Rustic Coquette." the sad story of a girl who lost her lover by ; always answering "la la" when he" spoke of her beauly nnd his undying love. Tile last presentation before intermi-ssion will be n piono solo, "Rhapsody in Blue." Ge'rsluvln. by. Mrs. Murray C. Smart, • accompanist for the society. From the cantata, "King Olif wi)i be the beautiful "Torrents In Summer" by Edward Hgar. Another favorite- is "The Long Day Closes" by''Arthur Sullivan and "Ali. Sweet Mystery of i,lfe." •Dream Melody' from "Naughty Marietta." Also - from "Naughtj Mfyietta" will bf "I'm Falling in Love with Someone," and to be sung is ''Gypsy Love Song" bj Victor Herbert and from the "Red Mill", "Moonbeams." Bach person attending will be given a souvenir program. Shower Compliments Miss'Freida O'Neal Miss Preida O'Neal, bride-elect oi John Charles Bright, was honored last night with a surprise shower by-:Mrs. Buford Jarratt and Mrs Harold Wood, the former Miss Verna wheat, at the home of her parents, MfJ and" Mrs. Hugh Wheat, 2222 Carolyn. Entertaining rooms were attrac- tivjply decorated with mock-orange blofcsoms, and other Spring flowers formed a centerpiece for the lace- draped dining 'room table from wlijch^.gifts were presented. Dames were played during the evening with Miss Delia Purtle, Miss Bridal Couple Shown After Rites Lieut. Robert Pnic Taylor of Wright Field, Ohio, nnd Ivor, Va and his bride, the former Mis.s Tommyc Demi llulchcr. former Army nurse In India, are shown following their inarrimje Tuesday. April 2'J at Fii'st Presbyterian Church. P/ai'agould Bride-elect honored Here Yesterday Mrs. Cecil Shane and daughter, Mrs. Patty Shane Wright, were lostesses yesterday wilh an infernal afternoon party honoring Mrs. Shane's niece, Constajicc Bush of Parafjould, bride-elect of Edmund •aimer Camps of Boston, Mass., nd Washington, D. C. » Miss Bush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bush, has visited of- en in Blylheville. The Shane home, 1001 West Main, vas decorated with bouquets of talsics and roses. Tli e dining table, from which a wo-cousc luncheon was served, vas centered wilh an arrangement >f roses and glowing white candles. The group spenl the afternoon mbroldering <hsh towels and first jrlzc went to Mrs. JIiiBh A. Pen- ihigton of ParaKOUld. The 12 gucsls were from Para- ;ould. tarrU'l arm hoii(|ue;.s or mixed, paste -shaded garden flowers tied wilh blue satin ribbon. Tli 1 Ijj'ide was given in marriage bv lii'r brother, Alton Moore, VSN. 'ca|.lidu Driver had as his best mini !•'"" Hunt of Alliinta. l-'iil!owinn the cei'emony, a reception '.vas held at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Leon Hunt. Th 0 table s lovercd with a lace cloth and ceniK'i'd with a three-tiered wed- li; cake topped with a miniature brj'l<' «J)d soldier brldeiirooin. Olow- ing ciiiulks completed tlie scene. Tin 1 bride's Iravelinj; dress was a blue gaberdine wilh accessorle.s of blown li/.ard. Mis. Driver was firaduatcd fi'om Allantii Illth Bchaul and attended bii-liii'ss eollege. She had been employe<i for the past several year:; by tlie Naliorc>l liner Service Car.Uin Driver graduated from ijxci'n HiKil School and received Ills A. degree from Arkansas Tan • CoHr^e, JonesiJoro. There he i:v a member of the Zela Ucta Social iraterliity and s thr iufscnt alumni chairman ot the orgiinb.allon. Captain Driver was coniiiilssionr<l 1" llio Field Artillery Reserve and linil active duly al iwlnls In the United slates and six montlis Iti Panama. He now Is stationed at Fort Sill, Lawlon, Okla. Cajjtnln and Mrs. Driver will sjxmd a wedding trip In Hlrmlng- liarn, vlckslnirg, Miss., and Dallas, before going lo Fort Sill, Captain Driver has chosen an army career. PTA Members Prepare For Next School Term Ynrforo School may have a hectograph by openini! of the next, lerm. At a Ynrbro Parent, Teacher Association meeting yesterday afternoon at the school, it was de- cilled that Miss Alice Marie Koss would obtain information conccrn- S the purchase of this multiple writing machine. Mrs. Vcrnlce Brister. program chairman, was in charge of this program during which Milly Ann Mallory played a piano solo and Mrs, Brister spoke on ways to strengthen the PTA organization ftnd her scripture was taken from the Book of Thessalonlans. She also quoted, a statement made hy the lute President Roosevelt. Miss Ross read a poem, "Co-operation." Officers for next year were in- Mailed. There are: Mrs. Bristol' president; Mrs. Leonard Handley, vice president; Mrs. Gene McGuiro, secretary and reporter and Mrs. Tuinmlc Oldham. Mrs. Victory Mallory presided. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Dern Smith, Owner I Injram Bldj. Phone 3274 guests. The dining room 'table where luncheon was served was centered with n compolier of pink i-oscs. When bridge was played, htgh score prize was awarded Mrs. Charles Rose nnd second high went to Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. • • • Miss White Hostess To Her Club, Guests Miss Peggy White was hostess Tuesday night lo members of La Nueve Club and two other guesl.;, Dorcas Sunday School class of First Baplist church meeting at the church during noon hour for luncheo]!. Mrs. c. A. Cunningham hostess to Chapter N, P. K. O. Sisterhood. Man Marries Atlanta, Ga. Girl lAIXORA. Ark., May 2.—Of in- ci'Cst in Luxorn and Mississippi County Is annoimcement of the wedding O f Mis.s Johnnie Francos Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moore of Atlnntn. On., to Captain Orovcr c. Driver Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driver of Lnxora. The wedding was solemnized April 23 at Peach Tree Christian Church, Atlanta, with Dr. J. R. Hums as officiate. The bridal couple knelt on a satin predicu during exchange of vo\vs. Lighted with the glow of burning candles, the church was decorated with Easier lilies. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mr.s. Victory I). Clark, organist, who played Ave Maria, Shubcrt, during the ceremony and _ Iriuiitiotial wedding marches by [Lohengrin and Mendelsohn. Mis. Robert I,. Jones, soloist, sang "I Love You Truly," Carrie Jacobs Bond, and "Because," Guy U'llard- clot. The bride wore a white satin wedding gown with a finger-tip with Mrs. Hllcy D. Jones of Man- Betty Moore, .sisters or the bride. Hn as co-hostess, 1 p.m. worn identical floor-length dresses of pink net. over pink satin and IvS Seay and Mrs. Henry Buck Mrs Rnsscl , H Fan . * W ?, nm? P rlZe , S ' . ,. .Dale Shaffer Brlpys. Miss ,O Netil was given a note rti- ! . , ' rcctlrig her to look for her gifts in A. profusion of roses of v various parts of the home. A mini sh A ? dccoratc <l t |lc home. nore instructed her to return to the Dl '" n « evening bridge games, 1 point. where she began where she fouhd the gifts. SANDALS Refreshments of a salad plate and drinks were served. Sandwiches were shaped as pink hearts and white wading, tells'. May Day baskets were favors. Mrs.'Jarratt and Mrs. Wood were assisted by Mrs. Wheat. T • * • Mjs. Rose Entertains At Home in Roseland Mrs. D. M. Lewis of New Orleans/ hqiiseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Cofnelius'.'Mbdinger, played bridge yesterdays afternoon with members of Town and Country Bridge Club at'lier home In Roseland. ,A profusion of Spring flowers in, attractive . arrangements were placed throughout the Rose home. fti the afternoon bridge games, high score pj-lze was awarded Mrs. Cleo Langston and second high went to Mrs. James B. Clark. .-. . « » • Mrs. Galdvvell Guest At Luncheon Bridge •Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich was hosl- ess^ yesterday with a bridge luncheon for members of Wcdncsdny Bridge -Club and one other guest. Mrs. Chester caldwcll. The Wunderlich home. 820 Wcs 1 , Hcarn, was decorated with Spring flowers to form a setting lor core prize and second ) Mrs. Farr. Tlie hostess served a dessert plate. Coming Events FRIDAY Junior Fellowship of First Mclh- odist Church meeting at the church. May Fellowship Luncheon. Council of First Women, Hotel Noble, 1 Si-c Our Display of Cordey China Ash Trays Candy Boxes Figurines GIFT SHOP 10,{ Kast Main BAREFOOT STYLES for SUMMER Womens, sizes 3 to 9 f pr. 2.95 Boys, sizes 3 to 5 pr. 2.95 Men's, sizes 6 to 12 . pr. 2.98 HUARACHES $? 45 imicns—Si/cs :l lo S. Pair Y*" »•' Womens Women's Play Shoes $2.95 to $5.00 — sixos •! („ <>_\viHlhs AA-H (...Icira incliirtc-Rcd. llci RC Blue, Green. Yellow, \Mnlc anil many Comhinations of Colwrs THE Blytheville Choral Societf Under the Direction of Mrs. Dalton C. I'owlsloii Wilt Present Its SPRING CONCERT on Friday, May 3rd, 8:30 p.m. in "" Y" AUDITORIUM (CITY HALL BUILDING) Mrs. Murray Smart, Accompanist 50c —ADMISSION— Adults $1.00 it Sponsored by i"" ~HANTIItt HARDWARE CO., Inc. KI-WI SHOE POLISH Tan. mid-tan, and dark tan 25c Anklets for Women . . . 25c, 35c & 39c Infunls and Children . . . 25c & 35c Hosiery MEN'S' Cotton or Rjiyon Fancy Stripe Patterns 39c, 42c & 59c Just Unpacked — A New Shipment of POLL PARROT SHOES Shoes that combine smart style wilh perfect, fit and mean correct comfort to growing children's feet THE FAMILY SHOE STORE Phone 2342 312 West Main St. The Kcauly N (K )k 111 No. First I'honc 891 Helen raster Isabel Farbus ••••••••••••••••••••I* O Qf DRUGSTORE •^ ^ Roy Woods — Owners — Ralph Nichols "The Spot Where Illythevillo Meets" Two Phones—r>07 and 508 We Deliver 221 West Main SI. veil attached by a halo of orange blossoms. She carried an arm bouquet of white rosebuds centered wilh a imrple-lhroalcd orchid. The matron or honor, Mrs. Niltla Jordon, and the maid of honor, Miss ft PEN THAT WILL WRIT :HIGH IN THE AIR-W!TKOU FLOODING OR LEAKING Landys' Beauty Shop 2003 W. Main St. Phone 3990 Landys Itowlclt for LUZIERS Fine Cosmetics Call Miss Francis .Tones I'honc 248G or 3C33 Conticaoiit Show* E'fery D*y Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KXCN t:M *^L 1Z:4S p.m. «:» « Tliursility and tS-itlny >« 75c LISTERINE - Special 59c 100 Pure Aspirin 5 Groin Tablets 19c 8 oz. Calomine Lotion - - - - 39c $1PursinTonic3 B t:° s $2.75 Heavy Mineral Oil -1 gal. $1.98 FOR BOTH PEN AMD PENCIL Here's v;i!itc r7T^,_ pciloruiiuue .. . ;ui<l .bc.iiuy! Afagic-fccfl 'prevents Hooding or 'lonkingl M;uchhig *' rc;iilicrwciVlu ;*/ Repeater i'cncil ^ feeds new points like $1LYSOL Disinfectant - - - 89c SPECIAL OFFER 50c Teel Liquid Dentifrice and tOc Teel Both lor 39c STATIONERY SPECIAL! Hammermill Bond 100 Sheefs Paper 100 Envelopes Special SI BACK AGAIN Sheaffer's FINE LINE PENCILS $1 and $1.50 Limited Supply NOW PLENTY GILLETTE Thin and Blue Blades Gillette Shave Cream 25c - 50c the Book by William L VVKIe • St'c-.m Plav by FHAt-IK VVEAD, Corr.dr UStl (Pel) Ailociare Protfueer ClifT 3e!J Directed bv JOHN FORD, CojJJain U. S. M. £. Selected Sbnrt Subjects ('niiliniiaiis Showing I'A'crydiiy KOON TO TIIK 1HT7,: f AUS & SI'AKS with Janet Blair and Airn-,1 Drake VDVENTUHF. with Claris Gable & Greer (litrsim MY IMPUTATION wilh Harbiira Siaiuvyck A CIcorRC Hrcnt KITTY with riitilelte Goddard & Kpy .Milland Matlne«8 Bat. A San. Only : Box Ofnce Opens 6:30; Show Start*. S-.45 F..M. Each Evening ; Opens Snnday l:fMt; Starts 1:15'' Contlnnous Shews Sat. and Bun. argain Nlglit F.tery Night Ei«pi Saturday. a pu»» honored an Bandar M the Koiy. Thursday and Friday DOUBLE FEATURE HOMEYKOON... —and scandalous FUN! 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